Sinulom Falls located in Barangay Tignapoloan, Cagayan de Oro City will soon become one of the city’s tourism destinations.

Consisting of 28 waterfalls cascading down a cliff towards Cagayan de Oro River, the picturesque falls was once featured in our blog last year (LINK) but never knew its name. Not until City Councilor Candy Darimbang personally inspected the site just recently together with Tignapoloan Brgy. Chair Jay Roa Pascual. Read related news article HERE.

Below are recent shots of the falls. This is the lower portion of the falls.

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Here is a shot of the upper portion.

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You could see several falls.

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Here is a shot from the opposite side.

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Tignapoloan Brgy. Chair Jay Roa Pascual with one of the rafting consultants who visited the site.

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You can see the lush virgin forest in the environment with the falls at right.

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The areas around the falls have remained untouched because of low accessibility. The site is currently accessible only by foot but will change soon as an access road to the waterfalls is said to be constructed soon.

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Photo below shows Brgy. Chair Jay Roa Pascual with his hidden natural gem behind him.11026810_10153046533279902_2920841529702036155_n

photos courtesy of Jay Roa Pascual and Brgy. Tignapoloan

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